Do you love the look of a spectacular and romantic halo ring, but also desire something different from a traditional round diamond in the center? Consider a rare demantoid (meaning “diamond like”) green garnet, set in a platinum halo of brilliant diamonds. According to the International Colored Gemstone Association, this “star of the green garnets” has incredible fire and brilliance, and is even reported to glow in the shade. The demantoid green garnet is one of the rarest gems in the world, and even more precious is this demantoid with the famous “horsetail” indicative of stones from Russia, set in a Coast Diamond platinum halo engagement ring setting. The horsetail inclusion in this green demantoid green garnet that weighs over a carat is highly sought-after by collectors. Coast Diamond is thrilled to offer this one-of-a-kind green garnet, rarer than a diamond and most other gemstones of comparable size, in this week’s featured engagement ring.
Due to the rarity of this ring, it is available only by special order and can only be seen at a Coast Diamond authorized dealer. Ask your local jeweler for Coast Diamond ring LSK10089-DG in platinum.
This ring is a one-of-a-kind and subject to prior sale. Other rare gemstone rings are available in the Coast Diamond Signature Color Collection.